Catherine Killingsworth
Picturing the Dead

Eleven years ago, a man committed suicide in the Duncan Hotel on Chapel Street. He began by trying to kill himself in his bathtub, and, […]

Profile – Man, Myth, or Legend?

This past summer, Hollywood descended on New Haven. For a week, Harrison Ford alternately lectured on archaeology in WLH and zipped on his motorcycle through […]

Renting Your Mind to Science

Yale has a long history of manipulating people’s minds for science. As I sat in a darkened room, having my thoughts electronically siphoned from my […]

Only You Can Prevent Humiliation

There are two inherent design flaws in a Smokey the Bear costume. First, the eyes are in the snout, severely limiting one’s vision. Second, there […]